Copper sulfate

Copper(II) sulfate, also known as cupric sulfate, or copper sulphate, is the inorganic compound with the chemical formula CuSO4·nH2O, where n can range from 0 to 5. Copper(I) sulfate (Cu2SO4) is unstable and not used.

Values

Mineral elements
Parameter As fed On DM Unit Other Unit SD Range Count SD Range Count SD Range Count
Copper 250000 250000 mg/kg -
Ruminants
Parameter As fed On DM Unit Other Unit SD Range Count SD Range Count SD Range Count
RBV Cu ruminants - 100 % 16
Pigs
Parameter As fed On DM Unit Other Unit SD Range Count SD Range Count SD Range Count
RBV Cu pig - 100 % 13
Poultry
Parameter As fed On DM Unit Other Unit SD Range Count SD Range Count SD Range Count
RBV Cu poultry - 100 % 8
Origin France, ex factory
Environmental impact
Parameter As fed On DM Unit Other Unit SD Range Count SD Range Count SD Range Count
Cumulative energy demand (non-renewable: fossil+nuclear) 34.24 34.24 MJ/kg -
Phosphorus consumption 0.55 0.55 g P/kg -
Climate change (ILCD) 2520 2520 g CO2eq/kg -
Acidification (ILCD) 0.1651 0.1651 mol H+eq/kg -
Eutrophication (CML baseline) 38.84 38.84 g PO4---eq/kg -
Land competition (CML non baseline) 0.39 0.39 m²yr/kg -
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